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Long-bracted Wild Indigo
Fabaceae
Baptisia leucophaea


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Fabaceae Family

Baptisia Genus

Location

central Arkansas along gravel road under cedar trees

Physical Description
small white blooms with pale yellow tint on single stem with broad leaves, found growing along gravel road under brush


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Fabaceae
Bean Family
Fabales
Fabales
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Nitrogen Bean Clad
Oxid-Faba
Fabidae
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Real Rose Class
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Magnoliophyta
Magnolia Division
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Multiple Spore Sub-Kingdom
Stomatophytes
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  Identifier Research
Long-bracted Wild Indigo
gardengeek
April 08, 2012
Fabaceae
Baptisia leucophaea
Web | Images | YouTube
en.wikipedia.org wiki Baptisia

Comment: Long-bracted Wild Indigo, Baptisia leucophaea

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Mrs-Coppinger
Mrs-Coppinger
April 08, 2012
It is a cream wild indigo; Baptisia leucophaea, a.k.a. Long-bracted Wild Indigo. It is very pretty and blooms earlier than Baptisia leucantha, a.k.a. White Wild Indigo, which is also thought to be poisonous. Beautiful picture!
gardengeek
gardengeek
April 08, 2012
Looks like a member of the Fabaceae (Bean) Family

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